By:Nagi Published:15 Sep ’21Updated:15 Sep ’21 This bacon wrapped pork tenderloin is one of those incredible miracle recipes that just happens to only require 4 ingredients – pork, bacon, honey and olive oil. Just sear the pork, then roll up in bacon, drizzle with honey and bake! Four magic words: Bacon Wrapped Pork Tenderloin Bacon wrapped
This is just an awesome, simple pork rub that can be used to season any pork chop. It gives it great flavour and colour, and if you throw in a knob of butter at the end it also forms a zero-effort, tasty sauce. A super-handy recipe to know! For my everyday pork marinade, see here.
This Easy Slow Cooker Ribs Recipe makes the most delicious, tender, fall off the bone ribs! No grill or oven is required with these amazing ribs! Slow Cooker Ribs are incredibly easy to make and most people would never guess they were made in the slow cooker. Save time warming up the oven or standing
Here’s one of those recipe gems that proves you can make something really incredible with very few ingredients! It’s a Pork Tenderloin with a Mustard Cream Sauce that looks and tastes like far more than the sum of its parts – just 3 ingredients, would you believe?! This is a sauce that’s truly excellent for
This is a pork belly that’s slow-roasted so the fat renders and cooks the belly confit-style in its own fat. The result? Ridiculously juicy, impossibly tender yet still-sliceable meat, crowned with the most amazing crispy crackling of your life. It comes down to three simple, game-changing techniques: 1. Do NOT score the skin; 2. Low
Cola Glazed Ham Recipe – This classic Coca Cola glazed ham recipe with brown sugar makes an easy baked ham perfect for any occasion! This Cola Glazed Ham is so simple, yet absolutely scrumptious! It only requires 5 minutes to prepare it for baking in the oven and always turns out juicy and delicious! This
The best ever Sweet and Sour Pork recipe is loaded with tricks the Chinese have been using for centuries: double dredge and double fry for extra crispy, cornflour instead of flour, economical pork used for juiciness, but tenderised with baking soda so you’d swear they’re pricey chops, and a sauce that’s not sickeningly sweet. BONUS: oven baked Sweet